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SFGTV2
Aug 19, 2013 7:00am PDT
yesterday, it flushed 10 years ago, what's the problem? narrator: atlanta is a rapidly growing urban area. its primary source of drinking water is the chattahoochee river, which also provides water to many downstream communities. but its infrastructure is dangerously old, without outdated facilities and combined sewer overflows polluting the watershed. the city faces strict consent decrees and lawsuits, along with a severe lack of funding. man: when i started working for the city of atlanta in the late '70s, we were approaching that point in time where a lot was going to be needed, in terms of rehabilitation and upkeep. most of the very large pipes were at least 80 years old. we had needs that were identified in the '50s and in the '60s and in the '70s that were deferred. woman: we are urging that we all try to find a way to overcome the obstacles and limitations that might exist. woman: when i was running for office, i met someone who knew mayor hartsfield, who, in the late 1960s, said, "i don't know who the next mayor will be, "but i know they'll have to fix the water and sewer inf
CNN
Aug 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
you first. you worked for the "atlanta daily world" during the civil rights movement, the early days of the civil rights movement. talk a little bit about how the black newspapers covered the civil rights movement and run-up to the march on washington and how that may have differed with how mainstream newspapers covered it. >> well, the black papers, of course, did not have the resources, the money, the staff to adequately cover the movement. they did as best they could. in my own case, the "atlanta daily world" was against the movement. it was in atlanta. the owners were part of the black establishment in atlanta. and in coordination with downtown power structure, they wanted to keep atlanta cool. they didn't want atlanta to be a birmingham or a selma, new orleans, so they tried to put the lid on students at first. the movement started on february 1st, 1960. it didn't reach atlanta until a month and a half later, mid-march. >> that's amazing, because normally we think of the black newspapers unilaterally supporting the civil rights movement. but you said the "atlanta daily world" he
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2013 9:30am EDT
perfectly legal until 1914 any way. he became very interested, he moved to atlanta, the big city of atlanta in 1869 the tournament to make his fortune and he was sure he had it in 1884 two years before he invented coca-cola because he made a drink that was an imitation of this world famous van mary any but if you had been alive in 1885 you would have known all about it. everybody knew about it. angelo maryannie moved to corsica and began to make this wine with an infusion of coca leaf. it had a good healthy portion not only of alcohol but cocaine. everybody thought cocaine was a wonder drug in the 1880s including sigmund freud and he had endorsements from queen victoria, thomas edison, sarah bernhardt and pope leo xiii. so naturally with such a popular drink, many people indicated it. including john pemberton. recreated drink called french wine coca, very clearly a rip-off and in interviews with the atlanta constitution he said as much but he said mine is better. i have made a superior product and i want to read you from one of the ads because french wine coca, give you a good flavor of his
CNBC
Aug 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
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SFGTV
Aug 20, 2013 9:30pm PDT
sherman and secretary of war stanton. after they had marched to atlanta, burned down atlanta because the confederacy would not give up, they decided that upon burning down atlanta, that they would march to the sea. and as they marched to the sea, these ex slaves followed them. sherman asked secretary of war stanton, what should we do with these ex slaves? well, secretary of war stanton responded, wait, general, until we get to savannah. when we get there, we will call a meeting with the black preachers of savannah and get some advice from them as to what course we should take. the long short of it, friends, is this. that in that meeting general sherman asked reverend gary son frazier, what do you feel the union owes these ex slaves? reverend frazier said, general, i can't speak for everybody. but at least for me and my house, i feel that we should be able to have some of this land that we have tilled on for too long as slaves. why can't we have 40 acres and a mule? so that we will be able to subsist, educate our children, [speaker not understood] and celebrate our culture? fr
ABC
Aug 13, 2013 4:00am EDT
to get out now. >> i know this may happen in florida. but i'm from atlanta. and the ground has never been sucked from under our feet. >> reporter: it looked like the ground open up and ate this building. there's a stairwell there leading to nowhere, like a tornado came through and punched a hole in the ground. rusty glover and her family saw the floors buckling and tried to escape. but the doors were stuck and wouldn't open. a couple with a baby had to break a window to get out. >> we started running out and throwing our stuff over the balcony. it was just crazy. >> reporter: florida is sinkhole central. and here's why. much of the state sits on porous limestone, covered in a thick layer of clay. over time, water eats away at the stone. and heavy rain helps push the clay into the rock. authorities say there's not more sinkholes, just more people to notice them. this is what the area has become today. >> we have a dry season. and then, the rains come on in about the middle of june. about that time, you see the sinkhole activity pick up. >> reporter: everyone got out of this building a
NBC
Aug 16, 2013 4:00am PDT
ball bouncing, recovered by atlanta, but not so long. atlanta gets the possession after that, but not the win. >>> the san diego chargers and chicago bears, matt forte, jay cutler tosses to the normally clutch back. watch him printing for the end zone but he gets caught at the five yard line. tim tebow. >>> the angels save face by a sweep. al f alfonzo soriano gets a hit. good hands, my friendthe giants snap a seven-game losing street. the love affair continues. jason dufner with another tweet pic. not enough football, arena football takes their aportable ticket prices left. they are now the l.a. kiss. the games will be like the concerts. thrilling, heart pounding action. 300 very naked people ran a 900 foot course through the zoo. they got about $93,000 raised. they were so excited and they all really got behind this. just ahead, duck dynasty fans set a record. >>> welcome back, if you have a three day weekend or you're heading out for the weekend, there is a lot of fires out there so know where you're going. there is extreme heat and dry humidity levels. as we go there saturday ther
NBC
Aug 13, 2013 6:00am EDT
7:25. >>> good morning. fatal fall. a fan plunges 6 stories during a rain delay at an atlanta braves game. investigation now underway into what went wrong. we're live at the scene. >> spilling the beans, did anthony weiner's comments about his wife confirm a democratic secret. >> do you know what the role in hilary's 2016 campaign will be? >> i do. >> more of the candid new interview. >>> and sinking feeling. new video of the massive sinkhole near disneyworld amid growing concerns it could get bigger today, tuesday, august 13th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning everyone. welcome to today on a tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm matt lauer along side al roker and natalie morales. a lot to get to. meantime we're following a huge story out of boston. mob boss james whitey bulger has been convicted after 16 years on the run. we'll talk to a member of his defense team as well as the brother of one of his alleged victims. >> first, this breaking news overnigh
CNN
Aug 24, 2013 1:00am PDT
, trapping the neck in the crook of the arm. his would be the last body found in the atlanta murders. the 27th male victim. at cater's funeral, wayne williams' father, homer, took this photo for the "atlanta world" newspaper. on june 3rd, the fbi brought wayne in for a long night of questioning. wayne agreed to a lie detector test. >> he was as composed and calm as you can get. got 26 bodies out there in the woods and rivers and he's sitting there in total control. >> richard radcliff was the fbi polygraph examiner. >> i said i don't care what you threw in the bridge, i don't care what you threw in the water, you won't defy this test. >> he said what he would ask. >> did you kill him that night that you were on the bridge and did you throw nathaniel cater into the river? when i ran that test, i was like, wow, this is it. >> wayne williams flunked all three questions. >> i said, well, this test reflected that you did kill nathaniel cater and it was his body you threw off the bridge that night. >> the polygraph measures sweating, the heartbeat, blood pressure, all rise with tension. >>
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2013 10:00pm EDT
atlanta, the big city of atlanta in 1869. determined to make his fortune. he was sure he had in 1886 two years before he invented coca-cola because he a made drink that was an imitation of the world famous -- you have never heard of van. if you had been alive in 1885 within you would have known all about him. everybody knew attendant. angela was moved to paris and began to make this wine with an infusion of coca leaf. it had a healthy portion of alcohol but cocaine. everybody thought cocaine was a wonder drug including freud. and he had endorsement from the like of queen victoria, frank, thomas edison, and sara burn heart and pope leo xiii loved the stuff. naturally, with such a popular drink many people imitated it including john. he created a drink called french wine coca. and it was very clearly a wine ripoff. in interview with the atlantic constitution he said as much. he said mine is better. i have made a superior product. i want to read you from one of the ads for it because it will give french wine coca -- pardon me. give you a good flavor of the style of advertising. americans ar
ABC
Aug 14, 2013 4:00am PDT
atlanta. >>> atlanta is right where our next story is taking place. it's where a teenager is back on a heart transplant list this morning. >> getting back on that list didn't happen without a fight. and needless to say, his family is thrilled he's now got a new chance at life. >> had a change of heart. >> reporter: that change of heart has given melencia hamilton's 15-year-old son, anthony, a chance at a new heart. he's now moved to 1-a status, which means this. >> his heart is critical, where he'll be put at the top of the list. when a heart comes. >> reporter: anthony's supporters initially said they were told by a transplant committee the teen would not be placed on a transplant list because of his truancy issues and his juvenile record. >> we believe at the initial point they stereotyped him. >> reporter: hamilton says children's health care of atlanta doctors told her his weakened heart would kill him within six to nine months without a transplant. and then, the doctor gave her the great news. >> he told me he was put on a transplant list. >> reporter: a hospital spokesperson sent
NBC
Aug 13, 2013 4:00am PDT
atlanta's turner field as a baseball fan falls from an upper deck. >>> teenage kidnapping victim hannah anderson safe at home. her father speaks out for the first time. >> the healing process will be slow. she has been through a tremendous, horrific ordeal. i am very proud of her, and i love her very much. >>> now that he's convicted, what sentence reputed mobster james "whitey" bulger could get. >>> plus, a new york judge rules on stop and frisk. >>> lady gaga's newest song leaked out early. >>> and is this transportation of the future or just a pipe dream? "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for tuesday, august 13th. >>> good morning. i'm richard lui. we begin with a deadly fall at the braves/phillies game in atlanta last night. it happened during a rain delay before the start of the game. a fan fell from the upper deck of turner field. the man was taken to the hospital where he died of his injuries. atlanta police are still investigating. >> at this time, the fall appears accidental. it appears the male fell approximately 65 feet. there's no indication
ABC
Aug 24, 2013 3:30pm PDT
] >>> and finally tonight here that new baby panda in washington, those twin pandas born in atlanta, it's a baby boom for american zoos. matt guttman with an exclusive look inside the atlanta nursery where they are keeping watch and even matt himself forced to be extra careful around those precious twins. >> reporter: could it possibly be? panda baby boom. watch as panda gives birth to a tiny cub about the size of a stick of butter friday at the smithsonian national zoo in washington d.c. in six weeks or so, that cub will be squirming and squawking, like these twin fuzz balls. panda cubs are impossibly cute. >> brotherly love. look at that. >> reporter: also dangerously fragile. >> these are the only panda twins to ever survive in the united states. >> ever. >> ever. >> reporter: for the vets here at zoo atlanta, keeping them alive is a full time mission. >> they gained 36.5 grams. about an ounce. >> reporter: requiring staff in a bio secured environment. which requires lots of washing. >> we'll have you wear scrubs, shower in to wash off germs. >> reporter: i did as i was told. scr
ABC
Aug 21, 2013 4:00am PDT
avoid a bath. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with new details in the shooting at an atlanta area elementary school. michael brandon hill is in custody after surrendering to police. >> the police don't have a motive. but the 20-year-old apparently had stopped taking his medication. >> there's the school clerk who managed to talk hill into laying down his weapon and ammunition, most likely saving many young lives. we begin our coverage with abc's kristin fisher. >> reporter: 20-year-old michael brandon hill is in police custody this morning. but his motive for terrorizing this atlanta elementary school may never be understood. even his own brother is at a loss. >> i couldn't tell you what his mindset was when he went up in there. i honestly can tell you he has a long history of medical disorders and everything. going to -- including bipolar. >> reporter: timothy hill says his brother has a troubled past. he was arrested earlier this year for alleged terrorist threats and acts and sentenced to probation and anger management. and yesterday, he alledgedly threatened to kill everyone a
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2013 8:45pm EDT
force in the atlanta police department was out on patrol i guess and they saw someone walking alongside the road that guy that they had previously arrested for various drug offenses. they jumped out on him through him to the ground pulled a gun on him and a week later found out he planted -- they planted a bag of marijuana on him. they nearly had a long rap sheets to they told him he would let him go if he told them where they could find a supply of drugs. he made up an address basically on the spot spot and beatrice happened to be that of catherine johnson and 92-year-old woman who lived in a rough part of atlanta. katherine judson kept the rest rescue of over by her bed she used to scare off people when she felt threatened. what is supposed to happen at this point when they get a tip is they are supposed to get an apartment to do a controlled buy from this address. but that process could take two to three days in atlanta and they wanted to get to the drug supply immediately for reasons that i will explain in a minute. instead they made up an informant. just like on the affidavit and c
CNN
Aug 13, 2013 6:00am PDT
, this morning. >>> a baseball game turns tragic in atlanta. a man falls 65 feet to his death at turner field. it happened while the braves and the philadelphia phillies were in a rain delay during last night's game. police say the 29-year-old man fell from an upper level into a parking lot. one woman said her friend heard it. >> she was walking her kids to the bathroom and heard him smack the pavement. it was -- it's terrible. >> just seeing how far the drop was -- i didn't think he was going to make it when i saw the drop. >> cnn's alina machado is outside turner field. are the atlanta braves commenting at all? >> reporter: not yet, carol. we know from the medical examiner's office the 29-year-old man who died here is ronald homer from georgia, about 25 miles east of atlanta. a baseball fan dies not long after a fall at atlanta's turner field. >> he fell from an upper level platform to a secured lot below. the fall was approximately 65 feet. >> reporter: police believe the man fell from a balcony such as this one behind the field where the atlanta braves and philadelphia philli
ABC
Aug 21, 2013 2:35am EDT
southeast. >> going to be 83 in atlanta. 88 here in new york. triple digits in dallas and phoenix. and around the great lakes. chicago, detroit in the high 80s. >> ran should stay clear today. the world's tallest lego tower. that's right. standing right now in front of the high school in middletown, delaware. >> the tower stand 11 stories, precisely, 112 feet, 11 and 3/4 inches. made of a million bricks. weigh nearsly a ton. >> that's really cool. y yags of the red clay consolidated school district. kids from 2 schools in the district helped build it over the last few months and will remain standing at its full height until tomorrow morning. >> why take it town? >> amazing it is standing. it's legos. a spike in shark attacks in paradise. what hawaiian officials are frying how to do to figure out why they're attacking. >> why a bright young man says he is being punished for being the best reader in his class. >> later, a dose of cuteness. a look at some of the white house dogs through the years. find out which ones weren't so well behaved. you are watching "world news now." ♪ it'
FOX News
Aug 13, 2013 2:00am PDT
to his death at turner fie field. the victim fell some 65 feet from the upper level at the atlanta braves stadium and landed in the player's parking lot. the incident occurred during a two-hour rain delay. there's no indication of foul play. and the fall appears to just be a tragic accident. this is the second death. in 20ks 2008 a man fell down the stairs and died. >> hannah anderson's father speaking out for the first time after being rescued from his accused kidnapping james dimaggio. >> for my daughter the healing process will be slow. she has been through a tremendous, horrific ordeal. >> authorities say the 16-year-old just found out her father is the only member of her immediate family still alive. she had no idea that de image yo kill -- dimaggio killed her mother and 8-year-old brother. we know dimaggio fired at fbi agents first and that's why they shot him dead. >> the terrifying moments a sink hole swallowed the florida resort near disney world. >> can you image being inside of there about 30 percent of the 3 story villa collapsing as people inside frantic will he rush t
ABC
Aug 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
of fear. today in an elementary school in atlanta, a 19-year-old man with a semiautomatic weapon made his way in, announcing his intent to kill until he was stopped in the nick of time. no child was injured but we saw those pictures. again, little children sprinting to safety. parents stricken with fear. a security officer shouting directions in the chaos and the are you unions, union erie reminder of newtown, connecticut, 8 months ago. steve osunsami who was there with what happened moment by moment. >> reporter: these are pictures no parent wants to see and they're frighteningly familiar. desperate teachers at the mcnair academy outside of atlanta rushing the young children away from danger, a police officer at the child's level telling her it will be all right. inside the grade school, a man with a gun losing his mind. >> there were shots that were fired. exactly how many and how that all transpired, offthose details. >> reporter: these are describing the gunman as a white man around 19 years old. they say he entered the front offers armed with an ak 37 other weapons. they sen
Univision
Aug 8, 2013 11:35pm EDT
"dish nation." i'm rickey smiley from right here in atlanta, georgia. hey, right now, all the way across the country, in l.a., heidi and frank. >> yeah! >> hey, rickey. we were able to find the comedy incancer, thanks to chris rock and pamela anderson. >> you know you need i rickey. we've got today's rick squish. >> let's see what's going on in the dfw. what's up, dallas? zg1@&hc& >> throw your hands in the kelly. >> you missed it. >> check it i tonigdon't know if you guys hot date this weekend. >> let's hope your date doesn't show up with oprah hair. what is that? >> britney spears versus christina a but first, we've go judges, heidi klum and for all the believers out there,here's been a bieber fiasco. started right here in atlanta! >> you'll never guess what sparked a nightclub brawl with justin bieber. >> what? >> a white bow tie. let's break this down. nightclub in southampton. justin bieber chilling with all his boys. wayne reynolds rocking a white bow tie. a bottle girl liked the bow tie so wanted to rock it. he took the bow tie off, gave it to the girl. the girl runs over t
Al Jazeera America
Aug 24, 2013 8:30am EDT
outside of atlanta. that area has the second largest number of homes bought by investors outside of tucson, arizona. this is like an auction that is like a feeding frenzy. [ auctioneer ] >> meteorologist: the first tuesday of every month this is the scene on the courthouse in gentleman. hundreds of dispressed properties sold in the blink of an eye. >> well, it's very exciting, somewhat like herding cats. >> reporter: it's bryce's first time at the auction. he and his wife are hoping to buy a home on the cheap, but he wasn't expecting the chaos. >> how do you find out who is difference? i see several different locations. >> reporter: or the big investors who are driving up competition and the vail price of the foreclosed homes. >> i go "g" from $500 incremented. they go up $5,000, so i'm trying to get it to $150,000, and they're 150 to 160, 170. you just look at it and say that house is not worth it. >> reporter: it's a phenomena happening nationwide. big investors going into distressed communities and buying homes binges have repossessed. >> not one institution owns 1,000 family sin
Al Jazeera America
Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
companies. we have associate professor of the texas a&m school of law, and in atlanta lawrence, fellow of american progress lawrence, what is the u.sdoes the u.s. need fr? >> they would like stability in the region. the military right now is providing stability as they did on under saddat and mubarak. we would like to see people take control of their own destiny. we would like to see people have the economic opportunities they should have, which we were hoping would come under president morsi when you had a democratic president. that didn't happen. so the united states is trying to balance it's competing interest. it wants stability in the region. it needs the egyptian military to keep control of the cyanide . on the other hand as the country devalues that we have, you know, we have abhor and we're saddened by the things that the military is doing since they took power. we tried to talk them out of a lot of it, so we're not giving them all the aid that we used to, but we don't want to cut it off completely because we want to have some leverage. two things about the aid that people don't r
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2013 7:30am EDT
old woman who lived in a rough part of atlanta. she kept an old russ revolver by her bed to scare people when she felt threatened. what's supposed to happen is a point when they get a tip like this, they're supposed to get an informant to do a controlled by at this address. but that process could take two or three days in atlanta and wanted to get to the drug supply community, for reasons that i will explain in a minute. instead they made up and informant, just lik lied on affidavit, created an informant out of thin air, claimed about the drugs on this address. instead taken a few days to process took a few hours. and by later that evening, they were breaking down the door. she heard people breaking into her house but she gets up, grabs her trusty rusty nonfunctional revolver. when they break down the door she stand holding a gun to the open fire, kill her. now, they originally said they fired after first. again didn't work the two officers by bullets fired by other police officers. they call to investors for the wounded officers come did not call and maintenance initially for her
NBC
Aug 9, 2013 4:30am EDT
through atlanta, a good chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. they should be really nice, drying it out in the flood zone by saturday. by sunday, not a lot changes. we're going to be watching the best chances of rain down here in the southeast where it will be cloudy and a little cool, but, you know, summertime, i guess, not quite like a hot, hot summer. >> what an enthusiastic description of summer. >> they're already back in school, can you believe that, in atlanta. >> thanks, bill. >>> now for entertainment news, the world may end as "elysium" matt damon's flick opens in theaters. "we are the millers" is off to a multi million dollar start. and more kids fare with "planes" and "sea of monsters." >>> kate upton surprises people on the cover of elle magazine. she said men treated her like a bachelor present, adding, quote, i'm a grown woman and you need to figure your blank out. >>> former led zeppelin front man robert plant hit social media by storm this week. he joined instagram, twitter and google plus on thursday and offered his first 25,000 twitter followers a new f
CBS
Aug 8, 2013 4:00am PDT
in standings than the atlanta braves. justin launches a homer to left field and check out what happens next. braves' pitcher luis avilan catches the ball with his cap. atlanta beats washington, 6-3 for the 13th straight win. the braves sweep the nats and now hold a 15 1/2 game lead in the east. >>> and in san diego, orioles' first baseman chris davis hits his major league leading 43rd home run of the year. it helps baltimore over a 10-3 win over the padres. >>> when we return, a bus accident caught on tape. the bus driver and passengers are sent flying after a truck rear ends it. we'll have the incredible video. ruck rear ends it. we'll have the video. hey girls! the good ol'days when we could eat as we wanted. yes, but we are not 18 anymore. sometimes if i eat as i used to my digestive system gets out of whack. it's not easy keeping it working as it should. it's easy if you enjoy an activia everyday. mmmm... delicious! with the exclusive probiotic bifidus regularis, activia helps regulate your digestive system. put a smile back in your day! ♪ activia ♪ dannon i get out a l
NBC
Aug 13, 2013 4:00am EDT
fan at atlanta's turner field fell more than 60 feet to his death during the brave's home game last night. this happened after a lengthy rain delay, nearly 90 minutes. investigators are trying to figure out how he fell. it's believed to be the second fatal fall at the stadium. >>> now, to a pair of legal developments, the effects can be felt coast-to-coast. one involves how drug offenders are dealt with. >> the other addresses the power of police and how they interact with civilians, particularly in new york. tahman bradley has details on both. >> reporter: this morning, two major changes in crime laws with implications for millions. attorney general eric holder has ordered federal prosecutors to stop sweeping up nonviolent drug offenders and sentencing them to mandatory terms. >> we cannot prosecute or incarcerate our way to becoming a safer nation. >> reporter: holder is worried about disparities in the criminal justice system that hit poor, minority communities. he says his proposal will ease prison overcrowding and billions in priso cost some in law enforcement welcome the move.
ABC
Aug 21, 2013 6:30am EDT
much to get to right now, starting with that school shooting in atlanta. what a scary way to start the school year. only the second week in atlanta. all the kids you see running out of the school are safe. you can hear the gunfire. there it is, right there, ring across the neighborhood. it was all caught on tape. >> so incredible we're seeing this again. so many emotional reunions between very anxious parents, their terrified children. hugging each other, crying, after the ordeal is over. abc's steve osunsami is live in decatur, georgia, in front of the grade school with all the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, lara. students are not going to be returning to this school today. instead, they're heading to the high school with the big kids. police are here, turning parents away, while they continue to investigate. this morning, the man accused of shooting up the school has a face and a name. abc news has learned he's michael brandon hill, a 20-year-old with a history of mental health issues. overnight, police searched hill's home. the bomb squad blowing open his tr
PBS
Aug 29, 2013 12:00am PDT
. with herng responsibilities as a minister, she is also the ceo of the king center in atlanta. she has been in washington for all the events and joins us tonight from washington. good to have you on this program. sense of how you have felt throughout these honoring the event and your father. you always want the person back with you. in that vein it has been exciting, because it speaks to of thenitude contribution he made that we are here looking at and talking about that time that was so and able to andbrate the progress recognize we have so much to do. thoughtsat are your about your mother and your for thist being around celebration? and foremost my father talked about his four little children. there are only three of us left. that void is very much felt. i say all the time martin luther king is different from the martin luther king today, and i to my mother, whose tireless efforts to keep his legacy alive, and perhaps we celebrating,n be because it was 1983, and every five years there was an so iersary remembrance, think about her, because we are here in many respects, and she cannot
PBS
Aug 21, 2013 5:30pm EDT
families. from atlanta, georgia, it's the brown family. and from atlanta, georgia, it's the mcnulty family. everybody's here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and the possibility--and we do give them away on this show-- driving out of here in a brand-new car. let's go. give me tommy, give me serena. guys, here we go. top 7 answers are on the board. name something you might have to jiggle to get it working. tommy. >> a key. steve: a key. pass or play? >> we'd like to play. steve: they're gonna play. >> all right. steve: christine, are you married? >> i am. i'm a newlywed, actually, of a year, so-- steve: really? is your husband here? >> he is. my wonderful husband is here. steve: is he right there? >> there he is. i love you. steve: yeah, i know you do. watch yourself, partner. well, that's good. hey, congratulations. all right, christine, name something you might have to jiggle to get it working. >> how about a toilet seat? a toilet handle. steve: the toilet. >> great job. steve: hi, kim. how you doing? >> good. how are you doing? steve: what do you do? >> i'm a registered nurse.
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. >>> new information about the man who walked into an atlanta elementary school yesterday armed with an ak47. >> we have more on his background, his medical condition and the woman with nerves of steel who talked him down. >> classes resumed at the school. the man accused of terrorizing them, michael brandon hill, faces terrorist threats and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. hill has a history of mental health issues and a troubled past. his brother said it was only a matter of time before he went off. >> i couldn't tell you what his mind-set was when he went in there. i can tell you he's got a long hex of medical disorders and including bipolar. >> reporter: we're learning more about that hero book keep are antoinette tuft. she single handedly talked him down. >> he said no one loved him. >> i said i loved him. she spent hours with hill, convincing him to put the gun down. >> taking everything out of his pocket, all the magazines he had loaded, all the additional weapons and everything he had on him out of the bag and put the bag on the counter. >> reporter: tuft, o
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